Whiplash is a common occurrence from of even a low speed car accident. Your head, neck and back can be thrown forward then backward with severe force in just a fraction of a second, from the accident, causing whiplash for you and your passengers.
Whiplash is a serious injury
Early symptoms can vary greatly from just a sore neck and back, to a headache,
blurred vision, loss of concentration and ringing in the ears. In more severe cases a whiplash accident can mean movement in the neck or shoulders is severely restricted or no movement can be made at all.
Whatever the case, a whiplash accident causes injury to the neck, which is a critical part of the body, so you should never consider it trivial. A whiplash accident can have severe long-term consequences, and the full extent of your whiplash injury may not be apparent right away.
Take the best medical and legal advice
We always tell people that their health should always come first, because no amount of compensation can make up for lasting health issues that can impact quality of life. And with a whiplash accident, this is even more true, because often symptoms continue to appear long after the crash.
You should go and see your doctor immediately, even if you have already been to an emergency department, and he may even want you to see a specialist. Please take his or her advice about how to proceed in order to minimise any impact to your long term health. We often see clients just wanting to get on with their lives, but with a whiplash accident you need to be vigilant about the potential long term damage.
You should also speak to an experienced whiplash accident solicitor who will advise on how best to proceed in order to protect your right to receive full compensation for both your immediate and longer term pain and loss.
We can offer you the very best accurate and impartial advice because we are highly experienced whiplash accident solicitors who will always push for the best results on your behalf.
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When you call us, you will be put through to a solicitor who is very experienced in looking after whiplash accident victims.
We will listen to you as you tell us about your whiplash accident in complete confidence. We can normally tell you quickly if your claim is worth pursuing, the likelihood of your succeeding, and what will be involved in the claim’s process, including how long it usually takes.
We can also tell you the general level of compensation for your whiplash accident and if there are likely to be any costs involved.
The result of the call is advice about what you should consider doing next.
Right now, the easiest next step is to call our Free Phone number. If you cannot speak to us now, simply fill in the contact form to request a call from us at any time that is convenient for you.